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Torr Jane, August 2004
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An analysis of the impact of maternal education on preschool children's response to and interpretation of picture books texts as well as their communication with their mothers and preschool teachers
Ahnert Lieselotte, Lamb Michael E., February 05, 2004
Other
An overview of recent research on the impact of child care quality on young children aged 2-5, including peer relationships and parent-child relationships
Belfield Clive R., 2004
Reports & Papers
A study of the impacts of parental childhood participation in early childhood education programs on their own children, based on data from the longitudinal study of the High Scope/Perry Preschool Program
Connelly Rachel, DeGraff Deborah S., Willis Rachel, 2004
Other
An examination of on-site child care based on a survey of workers at three firms?two firms with on-site centers and another without?about their usage and contingent valuations of these services
Baumgartner Jennifer, 2004
Reports & Papers
A survey-based analysis of the parents and child care providers' beliefs of continuity between school and home, examining their perceptions of the overlap and how these perceptions affected parent-care giver relationships as well as child care…
Bassok Daphna, Stipek Deborah J., Kuo Alice A., Inkelas Moira, 2004
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A discussion of the importance of early care and education quality, access and parenting education
Morrow Lesley M., Temlock-Fields Jessica, 2004
Other
A chapter advocating literature-based instruction at home and school to encourage the development of early literacy in children
Shivers Eva Marie, Howes Carollee, Wishard Alison, Ritchie Sharon, 2004
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An observational study of high quality child care centers, examining effective teaching strategies through researching associations among teachers' perceptions about families, their involvement with the families, and their background characteristics
Smith Eileen Storer, 2004
Reports & Papers
A qualitative case study examining Head Start parents, staff, and administrators' opinions regarding definitions of parent involvement in child care
Sewell Margaret G., 2004
Reports & Papers
An examination of the conditions under which low income Mexican American mothers participate in Head Start and an investigation of the impact of Head Start on parenting stress
Castro Dina Carmela, Bryant Donna M., Peisner-Feinberg Ellen S., Skinner Martie, 2004
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An examination of the relationship between teacher and/or classroom characteristics and the frequency of parental involvement in Head Start classrooms
Polyzoi Eleoussa, Babb Jeff C., 2004
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A journal article on parents' and directors' attitudes about child care arrangements for mildly ill children in Canada
McWayne Christine M., Fantuzzo John W., Rouse Heather L. Cohen, Sekino Yumiko, 2004
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An examination of the relationship between parental involvement and kindergarten children's academic and behavioral functioning, using the Parent Involvement in Children's Education Scale (PICES)
Dockett Sue, Perry Bob, 2004
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A survey-based study of Australian parents and teachers' perceptions of factors that are important to young children's successful transition to school, including knowledge, adjustment, skills, attitude, rules, physical characteristics, family…
Churchill Susan L., 2003
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A longitudinal study of Head Start parents and teachers examining teacher-child and teacher-parent relationships and their effects on child outcomes